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The middle school’s January menu will be featuring a new product – Brickyard Sloppy Joes.  This gourmet sloppy Joe sauce is produced locally in the Center for Innovative Food Technology’s Northwest Ohio Cooperative Kitchen on Middleton Pike.  Donald Hill is the entrepreneur who formed his company Traditions Sauces LLC, to market his product. Some of you may remember meeting Tim Campbell, the Mustard Man, who produces his mustard in this same facility.  Students are enjoying his product in our cafeterias already.  We are excited to bring these new products to students and have the opportunity to take advantage of our local talent.


New to our website is a RECIPE tab.  Students have asked us to share some of our recipes. (In smaller quantities, of course!)  We will be adding more as the year progresses. 

 

As always, if you have any questions, please call the Food Service Director’s office at (419) 352-3576 ext. 4040.


Sue Chandler, CDM, DFPP (schandler@bcgs.k12.oh.us)

Food Service Director

 
April 2014
May 2014

 

 

 

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